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Hartford

Hartford Insurance is one of the largest and popular insurance companies that is based in the United States. It was founded in the year 1810, and has offices in Japan, Ireland England and United States. It is now more than 200 years since the company is in the business of selling insurance products. The company has nearly 30000 employees, with a $ 2.3 billion income. The company has been ranked in the 78th in the fortune 100 list of the companies. Today the company is said to be the leading provider of different annuity, mutual funds and other saving plans. Today the company is said to be the largest seller of individual annuities in the United States, supplying different kinds of insurance products to the members of American Association of Retired Persons (AARP). Millions of customers are served world wide with the services of the company, provided with the help of insurance agents, brokers and financial instituitions. There are around 11000 independent agencies, along with 100000 registered brokers.It was in the year 2004 that Hartford purchased the Group Benefits Division of CNA Financial Corporation.

Hartford Ratings

  • 2.3
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  • 2.1
    cost
  • 1.5
    service
  • 1.3
    claims
  • 1.8
    overall rating

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More About Hartford Insurance
Hartford Insurance is one of the largest insurance providers of the nation, and provides various kinds of insurance services that includes group life, group disability and other kinds of individual life insurance products. The Company was founded in the ear 1810, and is considered to be the oldest of the subsidiaries of Hartford Insurance. In the year December 2005, the total assets and stockholders equity of the company was considered to be $ 285.6 billion and $ 15.3 billion. The company is a holding company and is quite distinct from its subsidiaries. It has no significant operations of its own, thus making full reliance on the dividends from the in insurance companies. The company has always made efforts to maintain a balance and thereby enhance its position as a market leader in the case of insurance. There is a strategy of the company that helps in the development and selling of diverse and innovative products, through the many distribution channels, thereby developing and distributing the distribution channels, by achieving the cost efficiencies, and maintaining different techniques of risk management and also prudent underwriting techniques, that capitalizes on the brand name of the company.

There are two major operations of the company, in the form of Life and Property and Casualty Insurance, and each of these consists of different segments. It was in the quarter ended December 31 2005, that there was a change in the reporting segments in order to reflect the manner by which the different decision makers view the managent. There is also maintenance of retail mutual fund operation, through which the company provides different kinds of investment management and administrative services to the families of 48 mutual funs and different investors. The mutual funds of the company are owned by the shareholders of those funds and not by Hartford Insurance. The business of the company is conducted in ten operating segments, and many times includes the different debt financing and related interest expenses as well as certain purchase accounting adjustments.

Hartford Insuranceretail has been offering fixed, variable and retail mutual funds, that includes different types of stable value products, including structured settlements, and also annuities. Today Hartford Life Insurance is one of the most consolidated life insurance groups, that is based on the statutory assets, under the management, as on December 31, 2005.Today the company is one of the largest insurance providers of the United States, with the third party assets of $ 32.7 billion. There is also a life generated income of $1.2 billion, $1.4 billion and $845 in 2005, 2004 and 2003, respectively.

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Definitely Recommend

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I took my time, did my homework, and looked at a number of insurance companies offering insurance in my area. I have found that Hartford was not only the best company research-wise, but in actuality too. I am delighted with the rates, the billing practices, and the way that individuals treat me that is associated with the Hartford Company. So far, I am truly pleased that I selected Hartford and I encourage anyone in need of insurance to call Hartford Insurance first before making a call or query on any other insurance company out there.


can't Be Beat

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Whenever I talk about Hartford, I can't help to think about the amazing advantages that the company offers me. A company that is affordable, reliable, dependable and there when you really need them - not like some of the other insurance companies in existence today. I get life insurance through Hartford and It's the best and most financially sound move I've made so far. If you want to have a good experience with an insurance company you'll get no better service than what Hartford can deliver.


Difficulty getting a refund

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I recently tried to sign up with Hartford. The quote that I was given online was really good... until you get ready to sign with them. Then if you pay them up front for the first quote and want to cancel it takes you forever to get your money back.


Insurance USA , USA 6.9 127.0 73 73 Not sure about this company rates are not completely compatible with other company's in area aarp indorse them not sure why they are ripping off seniors big time
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